Brian Raubenheimer

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Brian Raubenheimer (Pietermaritzburg, 19 July 1940) is a South African racing driver. He attempted to make his Formula One debut in 1965 South African Grand Prix but withdrew due to car not ready (engine not available).

Brian Raubenheimer has remained a car enthusiast and is considered the “father” of the Mini Marcos in South Africa.[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.minimarcos.org.uk/memcars/vzyl/odyssey/ Pietermaritzberg 2007 "A great surprise and a welcome visitor to our stand was Brian Raubenheimer, the “father” of the Mini Marcos in South Africa, who is now retired on his oceangoing yacht presently moored in Durban harbour. Brian was quite doe-eyed as he viewed the small collection of MMs on display as it was the first time ever in South Africa that more than one vehicle was on display at any one time."